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Dream Safari: A Pictorial Journey Through Africas Cradle of Life

Diinesh Kumble (Author)
Synopsis Ream Safari - A Pictorial Journey through Africas Cradle of Life by Diinesh Kumble is a fascinating and exciting account of wild life captured for posterity in pristine excellence.

The book is a chronicle of wonderful safaris covering Kenya and Tanzania and perhaps is a first by an Indian author.

Diinesh has been able to cover in detail, the Big Five of Africa (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and the buffalo) as present in the nature reserves of these countries; besides covering their behavioural patterns in their natural habitat.

Apart from the Big Five, the book also covers other mammals captured in their natural environment displaying instinctive behaviour, a variety of avian species with detailed captions. Encounters between animals (predators and prey) are rare sightings and action is frozen in time. Africa is not just about wild animals. Not be to left out, the book also has photographs and details of the Maasai way of life adorned with the historical signifance of the Olduvai Gorge - the Cradle of Mankind. The panoramic view of Mt. Kilimanjaro plus delightful landscapes and exquisite sunsets on the African plains adds grace to this picturesque book.

With over 250 photographs in colour combined with a eloquent flow of text, the book is comprehensive enough for the traveler, wildlife enthusiast and the photographer. This 224 page book is a must have in every living room and an ideal folly to plan family and photographic trips to Africa.
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Bibliographic information

Title Dream Safari: A Pictorial Journey Through Africas Cradle of Life
Format Hardcover
Date published: 07.12.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8190842105
length 212p., 12 Plates; illustrations; Maps; 24 x 33cm.